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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given names Viktor and Vikram.

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Examples

  • May 31Cyril Suk, and Robin Vik, 34 + Olivier Rochus, and Kristof Vliegen, 667: 00

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  • June 3 + Alexander Peya, and Bjorn Phau, 67 (7) Petr Pala, and Robin Vik, 36 (3) 5: 00

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  • May 31Paul-Henri Mathieu, and Gael Monfils, 363 + Petr Pala, and Robin Vik, 6367: 00

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  • July 1Philipp Petzschner, and Olivier Rochus, 6342 + Cyril Suk, and Robin Vik, 466611: 00

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  • June 29Frantisek Cermak, and Leos Friedl, (12) 57 (12) 46 (2) + Cyril Suk, and Robin Vik, 76 (10) 67 (7) 11: 00

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  • Arrigoni, known as Vik, lived in an apartment that he rented separately from his fellow volunteers for the International Solidarity Movement ISM.

    The Guardian World News

  • In the last two years his traveling retrospective, simply called "Vik," has been in five cities there, achieving record attendance.

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  • In the last two years his traveling retrospective, simply called "Vik," has been in five cities there, achieving record attendance.

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  • In the last two years his traveling retrospective, simply called "Vik," has been in five cities there, achieving record attendance.

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  • We're willing to hear arguments that run counter to our belief that with Vikram in charge, Citi is not only "too big to fail" but, as one commenter so brilliantly put it, "too happy to fail," but we can't help feeling as though it's a little unfair to be ruminating on these things so early in Lil 'Vik's tenure, which is just barely four months old today.

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